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HOW TO TELL IF YOUR GOVERNMENT IS STUPID – UPDATED!

 

 

Copyright March 5, 2008 6:58 PM CST

By Dr. Michael J. Bisconti

 

Updated March 9, 2008 4:40 PM CST

Copyright March 9, 2008 4:40 PM CST

By Dr. Michael J. Bisconti

 

 

 

Just a beginning.

 

 

#1  THE “ALL OR NONE” PRINCIPLE

 

Your government is stupid if it makes decisions that help only some of the people.

 

 

#2  THE “FOREIGN WORKER” PRINCIPLE

 

Your government is stupid if it hires foreign workers instead of American workers.

 

 

#3  THE “GOODS” PRINCIPLE

 

Your government is stupid if it allows foreign companies to sell goods in the U.S. when their countries won’t allow us to sell goods in those countries.

 

 

#4  THE “MORE GOODS” PRINCIPLE

 

Your government is stupid if it allows foreign companies to sell more goods in the U.S. than their countries allow us to sell in those countries.

 

 

#5  THE “WEAPON BUILDING” PRINCIPLE

 

Your government is moronic (very, very stupid) if it allows foreign companies to build our weapons of war.

 

 

#6  THE “JOBS” PRINCIPLE

 

Your government is moronic (very, very stupid) if it does not fight to maintain U.S. manufacturing jobs.

 

 

#7  THE “JOB NUMBER” PRINCIPLE

 

Your government is moronic (very, very stupid) if it does not fight to increase the number of U.S. manufacturing jobs.

 

 

#8  THE “BALANCED BUDGET” PRINCIPLE

 

Your government is moronic (very, very stupid) if it does not balance its budget (make sure it can’t spend more money than it has).

 

 

#9  THE “NATIONAL DEBT” PRINCIPLE

 

Your federal government is moronic (very, very stupid) if it does not seek to eliminate the national debt.

 

 

#10  THE “SOCIAL SECURITY” PRINCIPLE

 

Your federal government is moronic (very, very stupid) if it does not maintain the fund needed to pay social security benefits.

 

 

 

 

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